Turkey - WWF: together possible
Kaş is a small town in southern Turkey where the pace of life is still much as it was 100 years ago. This is the place of sunken cities, spice stands and old ladies chatting in the cobbled streets at dusk. It’s situated along the ancient Lycian Way, but visitors can enjoy new boutique hotels, and day-trippers can mingle with third-generation fishermen. This eclectic mix gives Kaş character – something that can be harder to come by in Turkey’s massive coastal resort towns of Antalya and Bodrum.